FL Technics, a part of Avia Solutions Group and a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul service, presents its first virtual reality (VR) module in the basic training of aviation mechanics. The module covers the opening of the reverse thrust engine of a Boeing 737NG. The company is set to expand its list of modules in the coming months to cover the full scope of maintenance training.
TRAXXALL, a business-aviation maintenance management partner, announces that Roy Gioconda has joined the TRAXXALL team as vice president of Customer Success.
West Star Aviation is making several of its existing STCs available for a limited time to third-party installation centers. These STCs are offered for most airframes, including Citation, Challenger, Learjet, Embraer, Falcon, Gulfstream and Hawker.
MSB Aerospace, the U.S. division of Montreal-headquartered company MSB Group, begins the process of supplying MRO and completions business, Flying Colours Corp., with customized hi-lo tables.
Global Jet Services, Inc., a provider of on-location aviation aircraft, avionics, safety and professional development training, adds experienced Falcon-aircraft instructor Rob Fisher to the GLOBALJET Dassault-Falcon maintenance-training program.
FlightSafety International announces that Ed Koharik has been promoted to senior vice president and Danny Robayo to vice president. They will lead Building Our Future, a company-wide transformation effort.
CubCrafters is upgrading its industry-leading personal-adventure aircraft, the XCub, with a new Firewall Forward package, including a much more powerful engine-and-propeller combination developed in cooperation with key industry partners.
SWAT, Southwest Airframe & Tank Services, announces the expansion of its executive management team. Jesse Villegas has joined SWAT as its director of Quality Assurance for SWAT's 145 Repair Stations with intent to secure and grow its footprint as an efficient, customer-oriented, onsite airframe team specializing in structural and fuel-leak repair.
SWAT, Southwest Airframe & Tank Services, announces the expansion of its executive management team. Steven Riley Hall is now serving as director of Operations for SWAT's 145 Repair Stations with intent to secure and grow its footprint as an efficient, customer-oriented, onsite airframe team specializing in structural and fuel-leak repair.
American Airlines is providing a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to add a loved one’s name to one of its planes in honor of those who are cancer survivors, current cancer fighters and those who lost their battle with cancer. Anyone who makes a donation of $25 or more to Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) during the month of July can add the name of a person they stand up for to an American Airlines Airbus A321. The plane, which will begin flying this fall, will be wrapped with a special SU2C design that includes names submitted.